Research Article| Volume 19, ISSUE 4, P406-412, July 2001

Camouflage and makeup preparations

      The use of makeup has been traced back to mankind’s earliest days. It was used as a decorative product with the intent to frighten enemies, possibly attract a mate, (the men wore the makeup in those days), assist in retelling the story of the hunt and the fortunes of war, and to assist the deceased in their travel to a friendly place of rest.
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